In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Joakim Bohlin from The Turberfield lab at Oxford University exhibits the process of Developing Rollerskates for DNA Nanorobots.
Something all of us the ESRs have in common, mainly because it was a requirement to take part in this network, is that we all left our home countries to start a new and rather long 3-year period abroad, either in a similar or completely different country. That is indeed a challenge we must take, especially at the beginning, and that sometimes it can even go unnoticed. We as humans need this feeling of home; a safe place where to find comfort and feel that we belong.
In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Alba Monferrer I Sureda from Hendrik Dietz lab at TUM exhibits the process of Solid-Phase DNA synthesis.
In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Michael Pinner from Hendrik Dietz lab at TUM exhibits the process of visualizing DNA-Lipid hybrid structures by cryo-EM.
Hi everyone! I hope all of you out there are doing okay. Just when it seemed that this whole pandemic business was slowing down, at least from our perspective here in Europe, there seems to be cause for caution, caution that perhaps we shouldn’t have relaxed to begin with. I leave those judgements for future historians to discuss with the benefit of hindsight; before I digress any further, let’s go over what I want to say in this blogpost.